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Mirrored plates, abstract horse figures, fluttering gowns, a colorful sea of flowers; with photographic and three-dimensional works, multidisciplinary artist Louise te Poele has created an all-encompassing experience for visitors. In her latest solo exhibition ‘Into the Pleasure Dome’, te Poele examines the role of man in relation to nature.
“Reality is an unsolvable puzzle at times. Of course, I sometimes wonder : to what extent does the world bend until it snaps or is its elasticity greater than we might think? And do we sometimes simply have to get used to all new manifestations,” says Louise te Poele.
Using photographic works and installations, te Poele has transformed three exhibition spaces into living works of art. With an ‘Infinity Room’, a ‘Flower Abundance Room’ and a ‘Recovery Room’, te Poele explores the dividing line between inside and outside, between restriction and freedom, between animal and nature.
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